Gold for Best Newcomer MSU at IUCEL T-Novate
13 November 2018

Innovations in TESL and science education scoop a silver each at Teachers' Innovation Carnival on e-Learning

Management and Science University (MSU) students of Bachelor in Education (TESL) (Honours) and Bachelor in Education (Science) (Honours) did the university proud at the International University Carnival on e-Learning (IUCEL) T-Novate organized by International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM).

Clinching a Silver medal each are 'T.I.L.E.S.' or 'Technology in Learning, Empowering Students', and also 'Hacking the Science of Cell Division.' Another offering by BTESL students bagged a Bronze for 'The Late Night Owls'.

Remarked T.I.L.E.S. team leader and MSU Students Representative Council Vice-President Aleaa Nur Insyirah,

"For the conceptual T.I.L.E.S. to beat the competition of ready-made products by more established innovators makes the win really special."

Joining Aleaa Nur Insyirah Dr Haji Alias are her T.I.L.E.S. team mates from MSU’s Bachelor in Education (TESL) (Honours) programme, Fazelinah Fazeli Kadir, Harneshima Basker, Miraclyn Moody Nehemiah, Sugan Rau Sasidaran, and Cynthia Mary Thomas.

MSU’s Bachelor in Education (Science) (Honours) team bagging the other Silver for ‘Hacking the Science of Cell Division’ comprises Yuvenitha Subramania, Runesha Balasuntram, Laksheeta Devadas, and Ezatul Haneem Jeram.

Team 'The Late Night Owls' with the Bronze includes Muhammad Danial Zambri, Rajiv Naidu K Pathmanathan, Wan Syahira Amira Wan Roslizi, Farhana Che Ros, Nur Raihan Mohd Noorazam, and Enba Jenani Thandevaraj, from the Bachelor in Education (TESL) programme.

The three-medal win bagged MSU a Gold for Best Newcomer at the IIUM IUCEL 2018.

MSU Master of Education (Teaching English as a Second Language)

MSU Master of Science (Applied Science)